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JEROME SALAYA ANG – PHILIPPINE FASHION WEEK HOLIDAY 2016

JEROME SALAYA ANG – PHILIPPINE FASHION WEEK HOLIDAY 2016
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Bless the models!

Ben.

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Cherry Samuya Veric S/S 2015 for Philippine Fashion Week

Hitting the google search with the title of his collection – “svelte” will immediately pop out results of its meaning. Among these are the words graceful and elegant. As a brand, Mr. Cherry has a reputation of making a woman feel like a queen in her own right. Each of his creations does not over power the natural beauty, as it complements the inner mademoiselle attitude without further elaboration.

On his spring/summer 2015 runway are cashmere gowns with precious lace on top, showing a prim character with pure sophistication. The succeeding pieces are about the vibrant hue of the designer’s name himself. The girls wearing the crimson creation are completely opposite from his first looks. In our imagination, they are the upper class women of the society, catching the attention of the town’s Chuck Bass. But in reality, they are the notorious heart breakers unseen from a man’s vision. Gowns came in all kinds, the ones that cover the woman’s body in red sparkle;, and some romantically bare the shoulders and collar bones. As an added bonus, the heelless shoes are defying gravity, providing the support in walking tall and feline-like.

As expected, the show was closed by former Ms. Universe runner ups Shamcey Supsup-Lee and Venus Raj, together with Analyn Casas, who made the crowd stop with her golden-metal dress paired in red cape. A powerful finale that garnered a lot of cheer. For all the reason, everyone put their high respect to this designer.

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Bless the models!

Ben.

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Boyet Dysangco Holiday 2014 for Philippine Fashion Week

You can call me Queen Bee, Baby I l rule. Let me live life fantasy”.  The line from Lorde’s song “Royal” is an authoritative phrase that mirrors the latest collection of Boyet Dysangco. Seeing the gowns walk down the runway is like a time capsule from the life of Marie Antoinette, characterized by the big-unruly hair and air of frosted make up. Pieces are seemed to be custom made for the Queen as demanded by her distinct taste for luxury. Fabrics are decorated with gothic embroidery which stands out behind its flesh tone canvass.

Everything was theatrical and full of glamour. Just like the Queen, each clothing deserves a bow and applause.

All photos are taken by me. Kindly credit me and my blog whenever you wish to use the images.

Bless the models!

Ben.